Fees & Financial Aid
Fees are reviewed and may be adjusted each year and are subject to change. The school, in conjunction with the Tennessee Board of Regents, reserves the right to add, delete or change fees for admission to the school at any time without prior notice to the public.
All students must provide the following as required by the area of training in which they enroll. A trainee will not be permitted to attend classes until all required books and supplies have been purchased.
- Texts, workbooks, working papers, safety glasses and tools, as required
- Paper, pencils, and notebooks as necessary
- All parts and materials used on personal projects
- Uniforms, other personal items, and special academic fees as required by specific occupational areas such as Practical Nursing
Regular Students–All students, whether residents or non-residents, shall pay the appropriate fees based upon the number of hours the student is scheduled to attend in the term. Students who enroll concurrently in two or more programs/classes will be assessed fees appropriate to the number of hours scheduled to attend in each program/class. Fees must be paid during registration before a student will be officially admitted to class. Thereafter, fees must be paid at the beginning of each trimester. Contact the technology center for current fees.
Part-time students - Students enrolling in short-term, part-time or supplemental programs (340 hours or less) will be assessed a fee based on the length (number of hours) of the program in which he or she is enrolled. The fee is collectible at the beginning of the program. Students enrolling in part-time or supplemental programs in excess of 340 hours length will be assessed a fee based on the number of hours (not to exceed full-time fee) training is offered in each trimester; the fee is collectible at the beginning of each trimester.
Special Academic Fees: Practical Nursing Program students will be charged a non-refundable Special Academic Fee of $100 per trimester. RODP CNA students will be charged a $75 non-refundable Lab Fee. Welding students will be charged a $100 non-refundable Special Academic Fee. The fees are due at the time of enrollment and at the beginning of each trimester.
Effective Fall, 2012
Regents Online Degree Program (ROPD) Fee Schedule:
Effective Fall, 2012
Student financial aid is available from various sources for students who meet certain eligibility requirements. Funds received from any financial aid sources are to be used for expenses incurred during the student's enrollment in school. Students interested should contact the Student Services Office for financial aid information. The school meets the eligibility requirements and performs the necessary tasks to make available the following student financial aid and assistance programs.
Title IV Federal Student Assistance Programs (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Our school code number is 005283.
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Work-Study Program
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)
- Tennessee Student Assistance Award (TSAA)
- Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant
- Veterans Education Benefits (online application for benefits)
- WorkForce Investment Act
- Rehabilitation Services
- Tennessee Opportunity Programs (TOPS)
Please refer to our school catalog (listed below) or call us at 731-627-2511 for more information.